Recent advancements in wireless communication technologies have made it easier for any Australian to keep in touch with family, friends, and colleagues. That being said, while smartphones can enable people to connect with others, staying connected entails subscription to a mobile plan. Here are a few on how to choose the perfect mobile phone plan.
Be mindful of the monthly cost
According to Money Smart, subscribers would do well to check whether or not they can afford any monthly mobile phone plan they have in mind. The last thing any smart consumer would want, after all, is to keep on paying data, call, and message allowances that are not maximised.
Choose a mobile device wisely
It also pays to choose a smartphone according to one’s needs and preferences. While most smartphones offer a myriad cool features and built-in apps, some consumers may not find use for all these bells and whistles. Picking the right phone in terms of practical requirements such as memory, processor, size, battery life, etc. is the right way to go.
Pick the right provider
After settling the question of which smartphone and mobile plan to choose, it is now time to select an appropriate network operator within one’s area. Telstra, for instance, offers an array of affordable mobile plans for personal and business use as well as ultra-fast wireless internet connections from coast to coast. Interested subscribers can visit an authorised Telstra shop in Melbourne such as TWorld ICT for a great selection of mobile phone plans and smartphones.
Ask about warranties
It is also best to enquire with a Telstra store in Melbourne as to the warranties being offered, which should come in handy should a smartphone ever malfunction. Accredited Telstra stores such as TWorld ICT, for instance, provide warranties on mobile phone repairs that deal with persistent problems related to cracked screens, water damage, and speaker/microphone malfunctions.
Keeping connected in this day and age has become a necessity. As such, those who are thinking of getting or switching to a new mobile phone plan should do their homework to get their money’s worth.
(Source: Buying a mobile, www.moneysmart.gov.au)